Momofuku man David Chang stopped by the Heritage Radio Network, where he discussed taste and empire with host/JBF Executive Vice President Mitchell Davis. They spend a good amount of time talking about kimchi, and about the differences between Canada and...
Exciting news, Herbies! Dr. T Colin Campbell and Dr. Howard Jacobson's new book, WHOLE, has been released! and it's already a New York Times Bestseller! I got a chance to read this amazing book a few months ago and I can't recommend it enough. Show More Summary
When was the last time you took a break? No, really. When was the last time you got up from your seat and took a 10 minute break? If you’re anything like me, it was probably a few hours ago, and only to go to the bathroom or heat up food before going right back [...] The post Give yourself a break. appeared first on Emily Levenson.
Gone are the days when the only way to make butter seem even healthier was to name it after a radioactive element.
Let's switch things up a bit with the favorites this time around. I'm going to put a few things out there, and I'd be incredibly thrilled if you leave a suggestion or two for me. Don't feel pressured, just throw it out there if you've come across something you were particularly excited about, Something you think I might like. Show More Summary
I’m just back from attending the 15th annual International Rutabaga Curling Championship at the Farmers’ Market in upstate Ithaca, New York. This year’s championship event took place, as always, on the last day of the farmers’ market season. Rutabagas, for the unitiated, are root vegetables of the Brassica family, most likely originating as a cross between [...]
A genealogical record of Korean eunuchs implicates the male sex hormone in diminished longevity.
Food FYI: The cost of junk food v. healthful food; chive blossom vinegar; Burpple; knife making
I'm down here in Charleston, SC for the Wine/Food Festival and I must share with you one of my discoveries. Slatherin' Sauce. Sure, a couple weeks ago I wrote about how delicious this sauce is in a cocktail. You haven't lived the barbecue life until you Slather It On with this amazing sauce. Show More Summary
Jeff Lefevere and I return to review the top wine stories of the past month including tongue-twisting wine names, a disturbing wine manifesto, trends in wine marketing, the stellar 2009 Bordeaux vintage and much more. Hosts: Tim Elliott and Jeff Lefevere Topics If the wine is hard to pronounce, is it worth more? Has wine [...]Show More Summary
Welcome to Sound Cheque, where we sit down with one of our favorite bands to get the scoop on their city-by-city dining picks. Next month, North Carolina indie/freak/pop folk band Bowerbirds will release their third album, "The Clearing," which many...
This is the premier episode of This Month in Wine, a monthly discussion about what is going on within the wine world from a consumer and insider perspective. Hosts: Tim Elliott and Jeff Lefevere Topics What’s up with Good Grape? Is wine blogging on the decline? Wine Trends & Predictions for 2012 Value Replaces Cheap [...]Show More Summary
Perhaps best known as the candid chicken farmer in Food, Inc., Carole Morison is a long-time poultry producer, sustainable agriculture activist and outspoken critic of the industrial food system. Here, she discusses her transition from industrial producer to sustainable farmer and the barriers faced by transitional farmers.
An interview with Carole Morison, long-time poultry farmer (featured in the film, Food, Inc.), sustainable agriculture activist, and outspoken critic of the industrial food system. Here, Carole discusses her transition from industrial...Show More Summary
As Food Growing Project Coordinator at the Food Bank for Westchester, Doug DeCandia manages a joint production-vocational program to grow fresh produce for those who experience food insecurity in Westchester. [Podcast length: 27 min...
Today's guest post is from JL. Post-40 JL Fields became a marathoner and triathlete, changed careers and transitioned from vegetarian to vegan. She now blogs about vegan cooking (and wine!) and fitness at JL Goes Vegan: Food & Fitness with a Side of Kale and is the editor of Stop Chasing Skinny: Find Happiness Beyond the Scale. Show More Summary
Jeremy Seifert is a documentary filmmaker and activist. His film about dumpster diving and food waste in America, "Dive!" will be released on July 19th. To join Seifert's campaign asking Trader Joe's to stop wasting food, sign his petition here. For many years now, I have fed my family food from the dumpster. Show More Summary
Vegans In Vegas, a conference designed for vegan and veg-interested men, is wrapping up today. It's been a long weekend of excellent presentations and tasty meals.
COK announced that Pita Pit is taking a compassionate step in fulfilling its “Fresh Thinking, Healthy Eating” motto: starting on May 9, 2011 this quick-service chain is adding an all-vegan black bean patty to its menu nationwide!
Imagine that you live on a productive, award-winning 12-acre organic farm. The 50-plus vegetables and herbs you grow depend entirely on the uncompromised health and integrity of your soil, water and air. You’ve invested so much time and sweat, not to mention money, into the farm that reflects your values, including your respect for the [...]